Today, manufacturing units employ XR in a range of use cases, such as machine maintenance,
virtual inspections, and training personnel on complex, dangerous machinery. XR improves logistics and
productivity in the manufacturing space, and even helps employees to work more effectively together. XR
rapidly gaining traction in the manufacturing sector, where it allows engineers to practice various
“what-if” scenarios in virtual space – ultimately enhancing safety, delivering cost savings, and
speed and accuracy.
Enhancing your experience through Extended Reality (XR) technologies
XR offers a lot of potential for operations when it comes to efficiency. Shop floor
can be hands free, and access information that is useable in the moment, right within
view. This means shop floor employees do not have to put tools down, pick devices up, or
move to different area to get to a computer.
XR offers new possibilities for improving quality while lowering costs. Shop floor
can access quality information instantly, rather than stop work to reference a manual.
problems happen during production, operators can directly contact a manager to ask
without having to shut the line down.
Safety is an area where manufacturers can benefit from Extended reality (XR). A
case for Extended reality (XR) is to map out the plant layout to determine the best
for workstations, tooling, forklifts, machines, and other equipment from a safety and
We enhance your experience through augmented, virtual, and mixed reality
Use of AR lets workers easily locate co-workers on the factory floor or know what
is operating and if it is within normal parameters. Furthermore, it can improve the
production line before components hit the factory floor by streamlining product
making it less time-consuming and more cost-effective.
AR reduces the tedious nature of the product development process by
streamlining collaboration between the parties involved. Company directors can see
product in development in real-time by using an AR device, letting them offer advice
insights without this causing any delays; therefore, boosting productivity and
Using AR lets manufacturers streamline predictive maintenance programs.
can let workers see the equipment’s potential failure points, letting them quickly
if there is a problem and, crucially, identify which parts are at fault. Replacement
parts can then be ordered from a supplier without the need for costly unplanned
Digital twin technology can be combined with AR in manufacturing
to create virtual clones of a physical asset, providing a dynamic, digital model to
technicians how to service and repair machines on the factory floor. This kind of AR
experience lets businesses put in place a more dynamic and cost-effective
VR has a huge range of benefits to bring to the manufacturing space. With virtual
employees can get the training they need to work more safely and efficiently in a
manufacturing space. Teams can creatively experiment with new products and designs, and
demonstrate the functionality of various items to stakeholders and customers.
Building a new product or making changes to an existing design can be a
time-consuming and expensive process. When a product prototype is complete in VR,
is no need for stakeholders to travel to see it. VR headsets allow people to view a
design, provide feedback, and make changes much faster – improving time to market.
In the manufacturing environment, companies can use VR to build
comprehensive training programs to teach their employees how to use machines
as well as how to work in the most efficient way around the plant. This reduces the
to the employees while simultaneously ensuring that work is completed accurately and
Virtual technologies can simplify and shorten the process of building
factories, as well as making it easier to pinpoint any potential problems with
as quickly as possible. Even things like ergonomics can be refined and tested to
everything in the plant runs as effectively as possible, boosting worker safety and
improving business output.
Mixed reality’s interactive and immersive nature allows the user to absorb and retain
information and to share their experiences with other people in real-time over long
distances. It simplifies and streamlines complex processes and can help you gain
efficiencies and a competitive advantage by capturing and contextualizing vital data.
Many companies have extensive and often outdated manuals that employees
need to check to get an answer to even a simple question. Thanks to mixed reality,
same employees can put on a head-mounted display and get the information they need.
speeds up the process and reduces the need to check knowledge.
The quality assurance process is often very tedious, but it is
Thanks to MR, information can be laid on top of the real-world object instead of
into a computer, which significantly simplifies the process. QA managers can place
icons, images, and 3D models to real-world objects, allowing the QA process to run
If your employees are tired of reading printed materials, watching
or sitting through PowerPoint presentations, then consider replacing such outdated
methods with Mixed reality. All the educational materials can come to life when the
employee puts on a head-mounted display, and they can literally interact with what
are learning in real-time.
How it Works
We make it easy to get started and will be there with you every step of the way to ensure a
Business Case / Discovery / Brain Storming / Concept Validation
Requirements / Prioritize Insights / Define Timelines / Project Costs
Research & Strategy / Conceptual Design / Wireframe / Storyboard High Fidelity Design
3D Modeling / Prototyping App Development Integrations / APIs Testing
QA Testing / User Testing / Optimization Documentation & Knowledge Transfer
Training / Ready for Launch / Support / Sign-off